Measure width in 3 different spots ( shown in red ) , then deduct 10mm from the smallest size out of the 3 measurements
Measure width in 3 different spots ( shown in blue ) , then deduct 10mm from the smallest size out of the 3 measurements
These guidelines are to help you measure for a new entrance doorway and make an accurate measurement. Measure the opening outside on both the height and width. Measure brick to brick in at least three different places and deduct 10mm from both the smallest size around the new opening. This will ensure the new frame sits plumb and square once in the opening. Packers and filler will then be required to secure the frame into place and fill any gaps. Please remember:
Do not measure your existing door or frame but measure the brick opening.
Measure in at least three different places and we recommend deducting 10mm from both the final height and width measurements - we do not make any fitting allowances on the sizes you provide.
Measurements will need to include the frame, sill and any frame extenders/add on’s required.
All dimensions to be supplied in Metric and all designs viewed externally.
The final is to measure the door jamb depth as shown in light blue.
Once you have these measurements, you can email us with the measurements. Example: Height of Opening : 2100 Width of opening : 1565 Depth of jamb : 180
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